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Jul 19, 2011 11:00pm EDT
chest. detectives are looking for another suspect. >>> an explosive day in parliament. murdoch forced to defend himself to lawmakers and from an attacker. charlie daggader reports. >> reporter: dozens of cameras swarmed rupert murdoch's range recover as he arrived with his son james. the testimony came to a halt when a man threw a cell phone at murdoch. his wife slapped him away before he could be hit. >> i'm absolutely shocked, and ashamed. >> what happened at the news of the world is wrong. we and i have apologized profusely and unreservedly for that. >> reporter: murdoch briefly spoke about the 911 victims hacking. >> reporter: murdoch says he is not responsible. he blamed individuals at the paper who he says deceived their superiors. lawmakers also grilled a former editor of the news of the world rebecca brooks who was arrested for bribes. the former chief testified 10 press officers in his department used to work for the news of the world. >> news corp.'s board of director said today it's standing behind murdoch and its management team despite the scandal. >>> storms hit t
Jul 27, 2011 11:00pm EDT
some 9/11 victims will meet to talk about rupert murdoch's -- was contacted by the staff. the british tabloid was shut down after it was revealed that they hacked into voice mail messages of private citizens. the meeting with the attorney generally take place next month. murder dock's -- murdoch's u.s. based company says there is no evidence. >>> may go to prison for defrauding taxpayers. the u.s. attorney says it stemmed from heart operations he performed unnecessarily. along with some of the new state guards being put in place for patients statewide. >> dr. john mclean faces prison time after a federal jury convicted him of defrauding medicare of thousands of dollars. accused him of placing more than 2000 extents. his -- stints. his case is just the latest in a national event and whether stint manufacturers have relationships with doctors that are just too cozy. places safeguards on all operations. >> i think the key thing is we're confident they are very good standards, that people are being held accountable. >> if there is any peer review process that doesn't pass muster i
Jul 16, 2011 11:00pm EDT
. rant. >>> we are sorry, that's the apology from rupert murdoch after this empire was caught up in a scandal. he printed an ad in the large of the newspapers in england apologizing to readers. reports that the news of the world hacked into a murder victim's cell phone call and hacked into thousands of other people's personal information. he shut down the paper after the scandal broke. >>> and he is banned from his old business, the former owner the a theater is caught up in another controversy. and he has been told to stay away from the movie theater he used to own. he is accused of shoving some of the staffers and elbowing a man at the opening night of the new harry potter movie. he caused a lot of commotion at the meeting when he stormed on to the stage and he is now running for council president. >>> it could be on the verge of a deal after months of negotiations the lockout could soon finally be over. tonight gigi talked to the fans anxious about the deal. >> reporter: nfl players and owners call it progress. both sides say they are closer to ending the lockout and deciding how t
Jul 20, 2011 11:00pm EDT
parliament both distancing himself from murdoch. >> you live and you learn and believe you me, i have learned. >> reporter: allegations of the scandal came to light when news came that journalists were hacking phones of murder victims victims. >> it cannot go on like this. there will have to be some kind of massive. >> reporter: say prime minister cameron and murdoch have too cozy a relationship. >> our business meetings, official meetings with business executives but also private meetings as well. >> reporter: while the scandal is still being accessed there is some that believe it may reach america as well. >>> now, at&t and also sprint are advising its customers if you believe in the united states your phone could be hacked you should set up a password. they say that should prevent anyone from hacking into your phone. >> reporter: scotland yard has set up a line to deal with the surge. >>> a man pulled to safety in north baltimore. found a man in a deep ravine. the man's injuries prompted a special operation to rescue him. the fire department says he's going to be okay. >>> new info
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